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Topic - Rick Gosselin
The Seattle Seahawks are a clear choice at the top of the AP Pro32 power rankings. The pecking order behind them is much more jumbled.
It's unanimous for Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos, even after their shakiest performance of the season.
This is the dominance of the Denver Broncos: give up 48 points in one game and lengthen their lead in the latest Associated Press NFL power rankings.
The San Francisco 49ers top the AP Pro32 power rankings as the NFL begins its 2013 season.
Colin Kaepernick has the job from the start this season, and the feeling is the flashy quarterback is more than capable of leading the San Francisco 49ers to a Super Bowl championship.
A nine-game winning streak has Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos on top of the AP Pro32 NFL power rankings for the first time.
Ballot and comments from AP Pro 32 panel voter Rick Gosselin of the Dallas Morning News:
An efficient Alex Smith and a rock-solid defense have the San Francisco 49ers on top of the AP Pro32 power rankings.
So you win the Super Bowl and still get no respect.
"Pencil in the Seahawks as favorites for their first-ever Lombardi Trophy," wrote Rick Gosselin of The Dallas Morning News.
"The Lions have the best passing attack in the NFC, the best this side of the Rockies, in fact. Now Matthew Stafford gets to rest his arm on a bye week," wrote Rick Gosselin of the Dallas Morning News.